1. Complete Blood Count (CBC)

  2. Chemistry Panel (16 essential tests)

  3. Prothrombin Time (PT)

  4. CK

  5. Amylase and Lipase (both used to diagnose and monitor pancreatitis)

The Alcohol Effect Panel evaluates any long term effects of alcohol on your body. It includes a basic screen of your blood counts, your kidney and liver functions, as well as electrolytes, and bleeding time.

The Prothrombin Time (PT) measures how long it takes blood to clot and the CK test determines any damage to your heart or other muscles. The Amylase and Lipase tests are used to diagnose and monitor pancreatitis.